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Saturday, February 27, 2010

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RIP Joe Strummer. I'll always love you!!!


Saturday 9: Should I Stay or Should I Go

1. Have you ever been on a date and you had to tell the person to just go away? Nope, I'm just not bitchy enough for that.

2. Do you wish you were someplace else right now? If yes, where? Fuck yeah!! The beaches of Mexico

3. Do you have any pet peeves? Having to fucking repeat myself, bad grammar, improper word usage (THERE'S NO SUCH WORD AS IRREGARDLESS!!!!!)

4. Tell us about a guilty pleasure of yours. Watching reality TV and eating Triscuits w/ bologna.

5. If you could change places and become a celebrity, who would you'd like to be? IDK, somebody slutty. I don't think I got that out my system when I was younger.

6. What do you consider your biggest talent? I'd like to say writing, just not sure how true that is anymore :(

7. Do you have a favorite actor/actress that is not a big star, yet they are your favorite? James Duvall, biggest role to date, Randy Quaid's son in Independence Day.

8. Name your five favorite rock bands of all time. 1. The Clash 2. Led Zeppelin 3. The Beatles 4. Pixies 5. Kaiser Chiefs

9. If you were to start a new relationship (for whatever reason), how much of your sexual history would you share? Would you resort to lying? All of it. No point in lying, it all comes out eventually.

6 comments:

I am Harriet said...

OMG! Beltone!!! I hate having to repeat myself!
http://harrietandfriends.com/2010/02/im-ready-for-the-biggest-loser-to-return-and-for-wife-swap-to-finally-come-back-anyone-agree/

Leslie said...

MIsspellings and bad grammar annoy me, too. But I never correct them in casual contexts because I think it's rude. (I would if someone asked me, too, though.)

phairhead said...

harriet: i know! right?

leslie: i can't help myself sometimes. eep! that's somebody's pet peeve about me I'm sure. correcting grammar

Today'sTheDayForHomerJ said...

Hey there! You got me curious about "irregadless," so I looked it up. It is, in fact, a word. However, it is considered non-standard due to its use of a negative prefix and a negative suffix. Its inclusion in the English dictionary is considered contoversial for that reason and because it was introduced in the early 20th century. Much like the inclusion of "d'oh" or "unfriend."

the eternal list said...

irregardless of anything, i have to say that those black-pepper triscuits are the best, accidentally bought a family size of the rosemary ones, am damning myself right now

phairhead said...

HomerJ: Fie on irregardless!

Eternal: Triscuits are a perfect food :D